2015 Great Lakes THATCamp Announced
Wayne State University's School of Library and Information Science and the National Digital Stewardship Alliance will be hosting the Great Lakes The Humanities and Technology Camp (THATCamp) on September 26, 2015.
The informal conference will feature an agenda set by participants, with a few formal sessions regarding the preservation and management of the audio humanities. The event is open to all disciplines and will be free, though participants are asked to RSVP by September 14, 2015.
More information can be found at the
MOHA Board Forms Revitalization Committee:
The MOHA board of directors approved the formation of a
revitalization committee that will examine and propose new approaches for managing and sustaining the organization.
The goal is to make improvements toward more effective and efficient operations that best serve its members and the
ongoing advancement of oral history.
A set of recommendations will be provided for board review
with the ultimate goal to establish a strategic plan that
outlines the priorities, changes, and best practices for
operating a healthier organization in the 21st century.